Family equity – the best of both worlds
From a  trader of colonial goods in Duisburg to a successful family-equity company: Since 1756, Haniel has been internationally successful. As a family-owned investment company Haniel manages a diversified portfolio, pursuing a sustainable long-term investment strategy as a value developer. The combination of a highly professional portfolio management and the value orientation of a family company make Haniel unique - and therefore enkelfähig.

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Annual Reports and Half-year Financial Reports
Our Annual Report 2014 and Half-year Financial Report 2015 are available online. Print versions can be ordered in our publications database.

Haniel annual accounts press conference , that took place on 13 April 2015, was broadcast live from Franz-Haniel-Platz in Duisburg. Here you will find the full recording of the conference transmission.

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Inside
How do ELG employees refine stainless steel plates? Why is CWS-boco being presented with a design award for its soap dispenser? And what topics are Haniel’s scholarship holders discussing with high-profile representatives from the worlds of business and science? The new Haniel Inside section has the answer to all of these questions. Find out what it’s like to work in the Group Holding Company and business divisions. You can also learn about how the company and its employees show their commitment to the environment, society and education.

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Economical
According to the Statistical Review of World Energy 2015, which is annually published by BP, the energy demand has grown by only 0.9 percent in 2014 worldwide. Thus, the growth is 1.2 percent less the average of the past decade. The EU is still going on: In 2014 the energy consumption decreased by 3.9 percent in the EU compared to 2013.

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Our Videos
The Haniel Corporate Video "We are enkelfähig!", six more clips concernig our Haniel Values and additional videos can be found in the video section of our media database.

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Pupils on course for success
At the moment, there’s no escape from media enquiries for Myrijam Stoetzer (14) and Paul Foltin (15) of the Franz Haniel Grammar School. Ever since they won first prize in “Jugend forscht” – a Germany-wide competition for young researchers – there has been a huge amount of interest in the two pupils and their invention.

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